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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October 1912 TTfE LETITBIri DAILYHERALD Is KNOWS THE NUMBER Owing to a mistake a certain number m our contest has received some prominence Why the Right Number is Not Known At our request Mayor Hatch chose a number from the cards in the following manner In the presence of witnesses seven pieces of paper were numbered between 1 and at these were laid face down on the table and one was chosen and sealed in an while the others were destroyed without being Ab solutely no person knows what the chosen number On Saturday afternoon Mayor Hatch will open the envelope at DOMINION SQUARE and the winning number will Jbe publicly Until then NOBODY KNOWS THE NUMBER Be sure to be there with your you may be the fortunate Cars leave Bank of Montreal every ten minutes after 10 it is a free we have hired the MITFORD COMPANY INVESTMENTS OWNERS OF DOMINION SQUARE MUTINY VETERAN UNABLE TO ATTEND FETE I Dukes Kind Act at Macleod The Public Gave His Royal Highness a Most Gracious Welcome Tuesday the I good pooplo of Macleod were unanim I oils in naming the most disloyal per I son in Southern it was none I other than the individual known I the clerk of the rain I and snow foreboded conditions for Ue I morrow which would in a great mea I Bure spoil the nature of the welcome I to the royal I much of the program for the frontier celebration was and lihe scheme of decorations also I the day broke fine and I fair ott and Sunny Alberta I Kept up to its Flafis and I streamers decked he w Inn arch of Alberta wheat with the I sign The snow of the I previous night wreathing itself hnlf livay round the telephony poles with the colored in making an effective Punctual to time at 11 the royal train steamed On a carpeted as fol lows In presenting this address to your Royal the citizens of Mac leod feel that yon are now In a which has not been inaptly The future city in the Granary of the We would also draw your attention to the fact of Mucleod ex emplifying in Hie most realistic man ner the adaptability of western people to changed conditions which have Macleod notably having been by now that residence under that flag implies no disabilities all we ask is that the laws of Canada should be With this proviso everyone is free to come and to to and to die as seems best to him and as it pleases We bring no pressure to bear on anyone to adopt the Canadian nation for we do not value citiieushiu which is obtainable under compul Our American cousins are welcome from over the border thrice welcome are our Canadian and British brothers who return to the Union Jack after living under the Stars and History 25 repeating For waiting to receive His Royal Highness the premier town in what was but a and his were Mayor few years aso the last remaining por A bite of this and a taatc of all day I dulls the appcata and weakens the I Restore your stomach to healthy vigor Ijby taking a KaDruCo Dyspepsia Tablet after each cut out the NaDruCo Dyspepsia 1 the bsst for sufferers from Indigestion and Box at your Mads by the Drug and Churnicad of Councillor McDonnell and other prominent Among the visitors were Premier Siitoti and Chief Justice A stimul of boy scouts ant the Indian cadets of the Pauls Mission formed the guard of honor lined up were tlie and body of the Hcyal Mounted Po lice under Inspector forming the royal The mili tary arrangements wereunder the charge of Inspector Shaking hajids with the mayor on stepping from his the who was in civilian pleasantly re I met you in After a few presentation of the officers of the the Duke proceeded to the vet addressing a word to tion of the great cattle ranching coun and now being the centre of a region which raises and exports more wheat io the mile of railway operated than any other portion of the Brlti all of which changed condi tions have taken place in the last sev en We feel that you will find strikingly exemplified the readiness of people froma II parts of the world to assimilate and speedily become loy al Canadian particularly so with those of cur fellow who have done so much to develop this portion of Alberta resid Dur wi h ins south of the Iflth in common rest cf tho people of the Domin fuel that wo have been signally each of Meanwhile the Duchess J honored in the selection of a member conversed amiably with those j of the Royal family as the viceregal She was much interejjujd in the being another tribute and very pleased to of our Gracious Sovereigns kindly hear from the mayor thtit they made consideration of his loyal the best of line I wrlfare in and whose citizens belonging whatever their nice or we was on the attracted i he will never find Jacking in from Princess strengthening and preserving every for me ami good efence commensurate with our Emj word for ROBERT BLANK HE mauy years hundreds of young British ers have sought fortune in the west ern states time has brought about a change the tide has set in the other bringing across the frontier numbers of our neighbors to whom we arc glad to return hospital one of the chief dispen sers of such hospitality in proportion to its as you have changed its character from the important cattle to the centre of a wheatproducing What it has lost from the pictur esque point of view it has gained on the material and I wish in con clusion to express the hope that the prosperity which bag evidenced itself here in ihe past ten years may con tinue unabated in the A bouciuet of red roses was ed the Duchess by Miss Olive and one of pink carnations to the Princess by Clarence The Duchess also received a bouquet from an Indian girl on behalf of the Indian The Duke then proceeded ic present colors to the Boy ad dressing iheai briefly on their1 and impressing on them the remem brance of the rules of the Scout particularly the first relating tn kind ness to ihe weak and respect to sui He trusted that the scout j movement would go on Pinkhama Jndian cadet corps also came be Compound haa kr hls oil done for I was i atl7ens and thelr wives and a sufferer from feitne Pracessiou reformed and drove male troubles and j through ihe had been confined in One of the kindly acts performed by 10NTHS Blankenship Tells of Her Restoration to Health by Lydia Veg etable feel it my duty express my thanks for what Lydia was intended to show the striking contrast between then and The Frontier celebration was shorn of much of its attraction through the absence of the Indian parade and otli er features which were countermand ed owing to weather A novel event was the pony express race in which horses were charged at full There were buckjumping con tests in which the redoubtable Tom Three Persons again distinguished He was presented to the received at the hands of the Duchess the medal for the worlds The Chinese of Jlac leod were well to the fore in according tiie Duke their They fur nished a float in ihe supplied with n Chinese iband of and also presented an address in Chinese through who explain ed its contents to the embody ing their In the proces sion of lloats of the local merchants the Hudsons Day Company exhibited a facsmile of an old with The royal party followed the proceedings throughout with keen and at the conclusion left fai th e traiu which conveyed them to The Dukes visit has grcatly pleased the citizens of and the bon affability and absence oC for mality on the part of himself and tho royal party impressed everybody most A civic holiday was declar ed for the and all stores were FORMER MINISTER KILLED Cheg at one time a minister m the Al berta was killed last week by being thrown from bis rig at Chap He was driving home from threshing witli four when the wagon overturned The from the neck yoke caused the injur He had quit the ministry for farm owing to his tJiroat playing He was 52 years of The Misses of the Edmonton school staff are and of the Edmonton a SHORT NOTICE bed over one third of my time for ten the Duke was a visit to the veteran John who Hearing ninety Tho preliminaries the royal procession of deck ed with Union was led by the cars containing the civic and reception wended its way to the city lyiud and enj To which the Duke gave the follow thusiastic greeted tho arrival ing reply of the royal and wore Your Worship and Gentlemen I tied by those assembled along the am to have had an opportunity I could not j of ase ivaa unable to be present at th do my housework public He had 11 the Indian being at rt band could to the C0th lfies In his few me alone for five minutes at a converse with the who Now I have been restored to health i Sheeted him the old soldier and it has come from taking Lydia I livcd in memory his battles over again Pinkbams Vegetable When tlti proudly exhibited for His Royal ever I see a suffering woman I want to Highness inspection the medals he her what this medicine haa done had Luncheon was taken privately on the and the afternoon was de piros safety and A belief j Montgomery j voted to the Frontier celebration on in which doubtless your Royal High from a long acquaintance of Can ada ami its will heartily con Cm the square was a large crowd with the school each of payinir ibis short visit to and IIPJ to tbank you most heartily one carrying Union To th for your address of strains of the City band the youngsters i I am well awaro that among those sang tho When the whom I am now addressing there royal party hm seated themselves on a very great proportion who were not the temporary stand the civic i born under the British adtlress was read by thy Secretary Most of will have realized Ihe agricultural Here Auction Sale Household Furniture ON 11 At at the old Blue Store opposite Westminster NORTH By AUCTIONEER Was Helpless Duke and his puny were iiresoninI two years ago handsome handpainted programs I had female trouble and inflammation so displaying on leather the Iniou Jack bad that 1 was literally helpless and had side by sido with the Canadian to he tended like a I could not Another unique souvenir tcndori move my body or lift my foot for such j was ill tho shape of military severe pains that I had to Iwasj connectedby links Ou Hione I a icuire of olli Forl pourJ has helped to suThtn j n flaE i that I think there is no medicine like it r for female I am up and able tho date to do my work again and I give you full On olhcr WIUi tlll conL permission to my letter for th j Colonel hy the Union j sake of other suffering Jack with The design or1 I ifiinated with McDonnell The following 1 solid oak buffet in Karly English I solid oak round extension ICarly 1 set 1 Library harly 1 oak Early upholstered in 1 Mahogany uphol stered in 2 Oak 1 Oak 4 brass mounted beds com 1 childs 1 Mahogany dresser with large bevel plate 1 largo mahogany wash stand Surface oak dresser and Large chiffonier with swell 1 Sanitary 1 box couch upholstered in kitchen 1 cabinet Washing machine and wring er 1 English baby 2 carpet 2 heating Kitchen SPECIAL Doherty piano tin Walnut six 12 almost These goods are being moved io the above address for con venience of Tor ins AUCTIONEER ;